High School Morning Announcements
AnnouncementsMay 24, 2019
There will be a Player/Parent meeting for any girls that would like to try out for the High School tennis teams on Sunday, May 26th at 4pm at the Community Tennis Courts.
Budd ( through Friday 5/24)
Football helmet handout will take place Friday, May 24th in the equipment cage. Juniors with early dismissal report at 1:45 pm, remaining Juniors and Sophomores report at 2:35 pm, and Freshmen report at 3:10 pm. You must be in good standing academically and with the football program in order to receive your helmet. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Budd.
Attention all students who are taking AP Calculus next year: Please see Mrs. Cochran (Calc BC) or Mrs. Litman (Calc AB) by Friday to pick up a textbook and summer assignment.
Order your 2018-2019 yearbooks at www.jostensyearbooks.com
Hawkins (3/1/19 - 6/1/19)
Looking for a summer job? There are several opportunities for employment listed on the bulletin board in Student Services.
Kracker (ALL YEAR)
Breakfast is available in the High School Cafeteria from 7:10 through 7:35 each school day.
Kramarich (May 13 - May 28)
Lost and Found
If you are missing an item, please stop by the Attendance Office and look in the Lost and Found. Any items remaining after May 28th will be donated to charity.
Drivers' Ed courses will be offered at Jackson High School during the summer. The June class will begin on Tuesday, June 4 at 9 am in room F104. The July class will begin on July 9th and the August class will begin on August 6th. To register or for further details please go to the National Driver Training Website: http://nationaldrivertrainingohio.com/jackson
Pitzo (till end of school year)
This is a great opportunity, a good resume builder, and a neat experience to put on a college application. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that his office is now accepting applications for its Teen Ambassador Board. The Attorney General’s Teen Ambassador Board consists of high school juniors and seniors from public, private, charter and online schools in Ohio. The mission of the program is to provide Ohio’s future leaders with an inside look at Ohio law and government. “Many of these young men and women are already established leaders in their schools and communities,” Yost said. “The Teen Ambassador Board can help them hone their leadership talents as they prepare for possible careers in public service.” Board members advise the office on issues relating to teens and work with their peers to develop solutions to those issues. They serve a one-year term during which they convene twice in Columbus and participate in activities across the state. Ohio high school students who will be juniors or seniors during the 2019-20 academic year are eligible to apply. Applications are due June 30, 2019. The application can be found on the Ohio Attorney General’s website.
Suhy (May 23- 29)
Attention all National Art Honor Society members. T-shirts are now here from our fundraiser. Please stop by room G-013 to pick them up at your earliest convenience.
Sutherland (May 16-24)
AP Computer Science A
If you signed up to take AP Computer Science A next year please stop by room C105 or email Mrs. Sutherland by the end of the school year for your summer assignment.
Taray (May 16-24)
If you signed up for AP Seminar next year please stop by Room A200 before the end of the year to get your summer assignments from Mr. Taray.
Whitacre (thru 5/24)
Any students taking AP chemistry next school year, please stop by Mrs. Whitacre's room, J101, by Fri 5/24/19 to pick up your textbook and summer assignment.